Ventilatory and circulatory responses at the onset of dominant and non-dominant limb exercise

@article{Hotta2007VentilatoryAC,
  title={Ventilatory and circulatory responses at the onset of dominant and non-dominant limb exercise},
  author={Norio Hotta and Kaoru Yamamoto and Kohei Sato and Keisho Katayama and Yoshiyuki Fukuoka and Koji Ishida},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2007},
  volume={101},
  pages={347-358}
}
We compared the ventilatory and circulatory responses during 20 s of light dynamic leg and arm exercises performed separately using dominant and non-dominant limbs. Seventeen subjects performed a 20-s single-leg knee extension-flexion exercise with a load of 5% of maximal muscle strength attached to the ankle. Fifteen of the seventeen subjects also did a single-arm elbow flexion-extension exercise in which a load was attached to the wrist in the same way as in the leg exercise. Similar… CONTINUE READING

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